Buzz Travel Marketing Middle East has recently been appointed as the new PR agency for Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC / Visit Maldives) to promote Destination Maldives in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region, solidifying its commitment to strengthening the destination presence.
Maldives has long captivated travellers from around the world. The destination is known for its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, overwater villas, coral reefs, diverse marine life, and a range of experiences which appeal to honeymooners, families, divers, and wellness enthusiasts alike. With direct flights from GCC countries, the Maldives is easily accessible and provides a perfect escape for those seeking adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion.
Buzz Travel Marketing is GCC’s leading travel representation company. The company provides services to the travel, cargo, MICE, and hospitality industries. With its deep understanding of the GCC travel and tourism market, this appointment is set to enhance the Maldives’ visibility as the ultimate tropical haven for GCC tourists.
SanJeet, Managing Director of Buzz Travel Marketing Middle East stated, “We are proud to represent Visit Maldives in the region. The Maldives is a dream destination for many, and we look forward to connecting GCC travellers with the natural beauty and unique experiences that the destination has to offer.”
Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation (MMPRC / Visit Maldives) is the official tourism promotion agency of the Maldives responsible for promoting the Maldives as a world-class tourism destination. The agency strives to showcase the unique natural beauty, rich culture, and unparalleled hospitality of the Maldives to travellers from around the globe.
Buzz Travel Marketing Middle East is a leading marketing firm specializing in representing tourism boards, airlines, and travel brands across the GCC region. The company’s extensive expertise and industry relationships makes it a trusted partner for promoting destinations to GCC travellers.